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>> tom: and good morning, i'm tom johnson. it is sunday, february 7th. thanks for joining us. we're following several stories from overnight. we start with jackie orozco. >> reporter: yeah. >> tom: all right. we have lost contact with jackie. she's on breaking news of a mass shooting in an orlando club. we'll get back to her. we also have news of a truck that crashed right into a building overnight.
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the video and let you know what sparked the big mess, plus... >> and ladies and gentlemen >> tom: an interesting start to last night's gop debate on abc news as the candidates trickled out kind of awkwardly but once stage. the sparks started and we'll check out the winners and the losers. we're checking out the chilly weather today. this is a little bit more florida chilly. 45 is real chilly. >> meteorologist: it's going to be a cold windy day. the it knows can't get that cold right now because we have wind. we also have a few coastal sprinkles outside in volusia and flagler counties but took at our camera over the citrus bowl showing the flags just flying. we have arctic air pouring into central florida on the backside of the nor'easter that developed yesterday. just offshore of the east coast of florida. we still have gale warnings offshore that's the deep purple
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river down. through indian river counties. you see temperatures very cold. there's the nor'easter. still a few sprinklers. wind chills in the 30s and 40s. it feels like 39 degrees right now, in brevard county now, we will see clearing skies later on so may selena hernandez the sunshine it will be looking like a nice day. highs in the 50s and look at the winds. steady, 20 miles an hour, gusting at times even higher. we'll have the full 7-day forecast coming up, tom. >> tom: thanks, brooks. we are working breaking news this morning. for a second day in a row a mass shooting at a central florida nightclub. two dead, 6 others hurt. this time it happened in orlando at a place called glitz ultra lounge. it's on universal boulevard near the intersection of carrier drive right by orlando's tourist area. "fox 35" jackie orozco is right with the very latest, good morning, jackie. >> reporter: good morning, tom. you know, a lot of detectives
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i was able to speak with a woman who she says that her husband was the one among those two killed and she was heartbroken, devastating, only 33 years old. she didn't want to give us his name but as you can see a lot of officers out here. a few minutes ago we saw what appears to be a bouncer, security from the club. he was pointing outside, showing officers around. explaining what happened. we're hearing reports that perhaps the shooting happened around 1:00 this morning. and just talking to folks, they were saying that it was latino night on saturday so again we saw the shooting happened out here. we saw sat 6:30 this morning the medical examiner was here and going inside also officers talking to other witnesses. a lot of folks still from the club were out here talking to detectives. we haven't had a chance to talk to them because they they were inside the crime scene, again, 8 people were hurt. two people were killed.
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orlando police trying to get more details to figure out what exactly sparked the shooting and if they're looking for that gunman. once we have that, we'll let know. reporting live in orlando, jack job, "fox 35 news." >> tom: now it was just yesterday morning we were telling you about another mass shooting at another nightclub. this one was in tampa. one dead, 7 hurt there. this morning we're getting a look inside that club as the shots were fired. [screaming] >> tom: that video what you thought rolling live on periscope inside tampa's club rain when all that happened moments after the shots started the video cut out. police say 21-year-old marvin lancaster died. 7 other people who went to the hospital was also shot. they search everyone rather before they go in. police say history proves that's not enough. >> i know that we've been out here before we've had some
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like it was very crowded last night. i don't know what their capacity is but we'll be checking into that. >> tom: detectives are still looking for the shooter right now. there are surveillance cameras at the club but they're not sure if they were recording. we also found out overnight that a second person died in the aftermath of a shooting in florida mall's parking lot friday. police say 19-year-old samuel destin died last night. someone called 911 saying they saw a teenager who was shot in the j.c. penney parking lot. when deputies got there they found a second person shot 20-year-old andrew garland also died at orlando regional medical center. detectives do not think the shooting are random but there are still a lot of unanswered questions. >> we're trying to figure out what the relationship was between the two -- the two victims. we're trying to figure out if it's sfv capitaled. >> tom: the sheriff's office says no one reported any shots
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they are still not sure where it all started. new this morning a car crash sent a truck careening into an orlando business. take a look at the new video. you can see the truck crashed into the wall of the weld right company. it's on orange blossom boulevard. it's split open. orlando fire officials say two vehicles crashed into each other causing the big mess. it's not clear who caused the wreck, though. we do know 1 person went to the hospital. and this morning we are working to learn more about a shooting involving an ocoee police officer. right now all the police department will tell us is that an officer responded to belville falls drive yesterday. they were checking on a 911 call. when the officering there, they confronted -- got there, they confronted someone there and shots were fired. the florida law enforcement is investigating. orlando police are trying to find a man caught on camera pulling you a gun and robbing a
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this is the store on conway road. it happened about 4:00 am saturday. the robber pointed his gun at the cashier, got some cash and took off. a similar robbery happened at a kangaroo express on colonial drive just a few minutes later. if you think you recognize that guy, call orlando police. in lake county clermont police still searching for whomever shot and killed a man in a publix parking lot. this is victim andrew devon jones. he was 21 years old. the shooting happened around 8:30 friday night. it was in a parking lot of a publix on colonial drive at county road 455. a witness reported seeing a white car leave the area. right now it's not clear if that car had any involvement in the shooting but investigators do say jones had a white car and that they are trying to find it. this morning, two former ucf students are suing the school. the suit comes in the w45i6k a
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info of more than 63,000 current and former students as well as employees. the "orlando sentinel" reporting the lawsuit was filed friday and status. it claims ucf failed to keep data safe and did not do enough to prevent the hack. about the breach back in december and took its time informing the public. icf officials deny that. the two people filed are seeking damages which will be determined at trial. 8:08 at this hour a lot of eyes nervously watching north korea after they launched a rocket despite international warnings. the u.n. called an emergency meeting and secretary of state john kerry is also responding. the secretary says north korea's launch is a direct violation of u.n. security council resolutions. the u.n. says it's a cover for a test ballistic missile that could hit the u.s. mainland. this is the second time in a month north korea violated the resolutions.
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claim that north korea tested a hydrogen bomb last month. u.n.'s emergency meeting is at 11:00 this morning. taiwanese rescuers continue their desperate search for survivors after yesterday's powerful earthquake. more than 100 people are still missing in southern taiwan. the quake hit early saturday and caused a high-rise building collapse. the death toll is now at 24. in new york city crews are working to remove that giant crane that fell friday. they began cutting the wreckage into pieces yesterday. the plan is to have it all cleared by tomorrow. it could be weeks before officials know what caused the crane to collapse, though. it killed 1 person, hurt several others. a team of u.s. and brazilian researchers are working to stop the spread of morning. they're collaborating on a way to treat as follows develop a vaccine. the centers for disease control also just put jamaica and tonga on the list of places to which
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florida and puerto rico already declared emergencies because of the virus. just about 8:10 now. excitement for tonight's super bowl is building. take a look at some aerials where where a lot of super bowl festivities happened yesterday. the actual game sat levi stadium in san at a clara, 75 miles from san francisco. we'll show you how you a central florida business plays a big part around the hype around the big game. the gigantic mount dora arguments festival wraps up today. yesterday's rain didn't stop big crowds from showing up, more than a quarter million people expected throughout the entire weekend for the arts festival. the event is at donnelly park it picks back up this morning at 10:00 and runs through 5:00 pm just in time to get you back in front of a tv for the big game. still to come, the gop candidates coming off a fiery debate, surprised, probably not. a local political analyst explains who came out on top,
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out, the sparks started flying. fox news chief white house correspondent ed henry has more on the debate that gun aired on abc news last night. >> reporter: unlike the last republican debate in iowa, there was no drama over who would show up but rather who would bring it. >> eminent domain is an absolute necessary for a country. without it you wouldn't have roads, you wouldn't have hospitals you wouldn't have anything. you wouldn't have schools. you wouldn't have bridges. you need emment domain. >> the difference for public purpose as donald said road and structure, pipelines and all that, that's for public purchase. what donald trump did is used eminent domain tried to take the property of an elderly woman on the strip in atlantic city. that is not public property. that is down right wrong. [applause] >> reporter: during a campaign season that's often resembled a reality tv show.
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>> i'm proud of my. >> experience of senate and if politics and the presidency becomes electing the people who have been in congress or the senate the longest we should all years. he's passed 1,000 bills and i don't think any of us think joe biden to. >> marco you shouldn't compare joe biden. you have not been involved in a conventiontial decision where you had to be held accountable. you just simply haven't. and the fact is -- [applause] the fact is when you talk about hezbollah sanctions act as you lifted -- you weren't even there to vote for it. that's not leadership that's truancy. >> under the definition of torture, no, it's not. under the law, torture is pain that is equivalent to losing -- losing organs and systems so under the definition of torture, it is not. it is enhanced interrogation, it
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does not meet the generally recognized definition of torture. >> reporter: so now the final republican debate before the new hampshire primary is finished. with 2 days to go. it's back to some old-fashioned door knocking to get the vote out. in portsmouth, ed henry, fox news. >> tom: all right. so now you saw what happened. let's talk about what it all means. political analyst and radio host scar jackson joins us more to talk about it. so i guess the big headline going in was everybody was talking about donald trump back. >> guest: sure. >> tom: he skipped out on the last one. was the same old donald. he had been quiet for the last couple of weeks. >> guest: i got to tell you, donald trump -- i don't think he had a bad night. i don't think he had a great night. and the same goes for ted cruz. i don't think he had a bad night but i don't think he had a graded night -- great night. i think the story the governors finally stepped up to the plate and got a chance to speak they will all did really well. i think it was the best performance for every single one of them, whether it's christie, jeb bush had his best performance in my opinion and so
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rubio took -- rubio took shots and the shots started from chris christie and i really think that set the tone for the governors to get going. >> tom: let's take those because those are some of the headlines that the governors all seem to do very well. >> guest: right. >> tom: let's talk, specifically, jeb bush our former governor here and a lot of people are interested what's going to happen with him. >> guest: sure. >> tom: how do you think he comes out of this. how do you think coming out of new hampshire and the polling jeb bush is going to fare? >> guest: i don't think so, just because he did great last night. the problem is all three of the governors did great. the governors in new hampshire have 3 people to choose from and i think that's going to be difficult for them to choose from, quite frankly. kasich has great organization there. i understand bush has great organization but not perhaps as well as kasich so we'll have to see kasich. due to chris christie that enabled all of them to do good in my opinion. >> tom: do you think jeb bush makes it to south carolina. >> guest: i think he does. he has the money to do.
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he possibly -- if he's -- as long as he's in the top 5 i think he'll stay in. >> tom: another of the subjects coming around the headlines today a lot of people saying that everyone kind of took shots at marco rubio last night. you see it a little bit differently, though? >> guest: yeah, i didn't see that. i saw that chris christie -- i don't think they're giving chris christie his due and i'm not a chris christie fan but i got to tell you, last night he did an excellent job of setting the tone and framing marco rubio in such a way where every word marco rubio left you doubting. it left marco rubio just these robotic statements that will come out and then marco rubio followed up with 4 statements manner if you will. so i think chris christie set the tone. the other governors really didn't have to go after rubio once chris christie did. >> tom: all right. of time. who comes out of this the best? >> guest: i got to tell you, no one person. watch the governors. we got to see what happens between the 3 governors.
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>> guest: all right. >> tom: let's talk 8:20 now about the chill in the air. it is back, brooks. >> meteorologist: good morning, and in gas station, carl. temperatures are cold and cloudy outside we have a few sprinkles. volusia county into flagler county right on the coast predominantly u.s. 1, 95 over towards the coast. it's getting chilly outside. we had the nor'easter that formed just off the florida coast. we still have gale warnings is for -- offshore. chilly and windy sunny on tap. not only reinforcing shot of arctic air today. we have two more shots of arctic air outside. pretty impressive. outside right now cloudy skies you can see the camera shaking. this is our visit orlando towercam on the hyatt regency orlando. looking at downtown. 47 degrees. west-northwest winds now at 16 miles in orlando.
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be the big stories today because we will see sustained winds. 20 miles an hour gusting at times over 30 miles an hour. it's already winds at 21 miles an hour in brevard county so you take the temperatures, everybody in the 40s and you factor in the wind. what does it feel like? it feels like most people are in the 30s this morning. 37 seminole county. 38 in lake county. 35 in alachua county and look at brevard county. it feels like 39 degrees outside. so we're tapping into some very cold air to the north, all thanks to the nor'easter that continues just to strengthen off the south of north carolina coastline. note the clearing line. we will see clear skies this is go through the mid-to-late morning to midday hours and that's good news but it's going to stay windy today with gusty winds coming out of the nomination. another re-enforcing shot of cold air comes late tomorrow. tomorrow is going to be the milder day of the next 4 or 5 and then tuesday, wednesday and thursday -- all 3 days we stay
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even some snow in places like georgia and south carolina. here we go, highs today in the 50s. overnight tonight, clear, cold, patchy frost. lows in the 40s tonight in the i-4 corridor in the mid to upper 30s in the cold spots. 57 today. 66 tomorrow. that'll feel a little bit warm but back to some cold tuesday. wednesday, highs in the 50s. another shot -- look at that, thursday only 61 degrees. a very chilly week on tap. little bit next weekend. it's time for snap the sun. we'll see some sun today. it's just going to be a chilly one indeed. margaret ann took this beautiful picture with all those colors, tom that is an -- >> tom: it really is, gorgeous shot. >> meteorologist: the perspective with the clouds, the oats and the clouds, margaret thanks for snapping the sun. >> tom: 8:22. legoland expanding again it looks like.
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>> tom: it is 8:25. there may be another staycation coming to central florida soon. legoland apparently wants to open up another onsite hotel. the lakeland ledger reports legoland files plans for a lake sides resort. it does have more than 160 units, a pool and a huge clubhouse. the hotel would be across seib press gardens boulevard from the park. it would be legoland first expense outside the footprint of the old seip res gardens. we are about 10 hours or so from the start of super bowl 50. kickoff set for 6:30 pm just after the coin toss. and did you know that a central florida company is at the heart of that coin toss? it's true the company is called hyland mint it's in melbourne. they designed the coin that will be used tonight. workers there made 10,000 of the gold and silver plated super bowl coins. they feature the broncos and, of course, the carolina panthers.
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the hands of fans but this year they noticed a big gap of preorders. most fans are trying to get their hands on the broncos memorabilia coin. >> for the reasons, you know, denver is a much older team so they have a national fan base, you know, throughout the united states. plugs, i would assume, you know, like peyton manning a lot of people are saying this might be his last game. but we also feel like if carolina wins the super bowl, you know, once that happens i think they'll be in, you know, a frenzy in carolina. >> tom: hyland mint says the gap is not a small one. fans prefer the broncos coin 10-1. interesting. 8:27. still to come. two people are dead, several others injured after shots inside a local nightclub in orlando. we are live on the scene with the latest on the investigation. stay with us.
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your way on "fox 3 >> tom: good morning, welcome back. i'm tom johnson. thanks for waking up with us on this sunday morning. here's some of the top stories we're working with you right now. we start with jackie orozco. >> reporter: good morning, tom. two people are killed at an orlando nightclub. and several injured. i'll have much more coming up in a live report. >> tom: and medical marijuana making more progress in the state. we have the latest to -- on the push rather to bring and distribute it in central florida. plus, an old home getting new life. how one man brought a 99-year-old home into the 21st century. temperatures in the mid-40s this morning again, brooks. it's pretty nice out there, though. i kind of like the chill. >> meteorologist: you like the chill but it doesn't tell the whole story, tom, because we
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showers. showers predominantly around volusia and flagler county right around a1a. the showers will be out in the we'll see clearing skies look at just blowing. it's going to be a very windy chilly day. we will see the sun come out as we go through the midmorning to midday hours but look at those temperatures. nor'easter by the way that formed off the florida coastline now up towards south and north carolina. temperatures we're in the 40s. 47 degrees. brevard county, same thing in orange county. 41 right now at the swamp in gainesville but then you factor in the wind, feels like we're in the 30s to low 40s. it's going to be a windy blustery chilly day but we will see the sun come out. some clearing skies later this morning. sunny skies, highs in the 50s. wind chills in the 40s through much of the day. 7-day forecast is coming up. tom? >> tom: all right, thanks, brooks. we are working breaking news this morning.
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mass shooting inside a central florida nightclub. 2 dead, several others hurt. it happened in orlando at a place called glitz ultra lounge. it's on, you know, reversal boulevard near the intersection of carrier drive. "fox 35" jackie orozco is right with the very latest -- is there with the very latest, good morning, jackie. >> reporter: orlando police now telling us 8 to 9 people were wounded inside this glitz ultra lounge nightclub off universal boulevard like you mentioned. and we know 2 people were killed. not everyone was shot according to orlando police. a public information officer is on the way to speak with us to give us more details. we were able just to speak with a woman who says that her husband was among those killed. she says he was 33 years old. she did not want to give his name to us. she didn't want to be on camera because she was just too heartbroken and devastated. still trying to figure out what
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we also saw a security guard out here as well speaking with officers kind of pointing the scene out here in the parking lot and then around 6:30 this morning we saw the medical examiner here as well again we're still working trying to get details to figure out what exactly marked this shooting and we're hoping to get an update of the conditions of all those wounded 8 to 9 people and again, two people were killed. reporting live here in orlando, jackie orozco, "fox 35 news." >> tom: now, it was just yesterday morning we were telling you about another mass shooting at a nightclub. this one in tampa. 1 dead, 7 hurt there and this morning we're getting a terrifying look inside the club as the shots were fired. [screaming] [screaming] >> tom: that video was rolling live on periscope inside tampa's club rain moments after the shots started. the video cut out. police now say 21-year-old
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7 other people who went to the hospital also shot. detectives are still looking for the shooter this morning. now, the latest on a couple who cops call a real life bonnie and clyde who were caught in florida. 30-year-old brittany harper waking up in jail today. she's being held on $1.16 million bond in the jail. she was taken there after being released from the hospital. her boyfriend blake fitzgerald died in a shootout early friday morning. during the standoff, officers say fitzgerald tried to use harper as a human shelled. the couple were accused of crimes in missouri, alabama, georgia and florida. in brevard county, deputies arrested a man they believed was producing child pornography. 19-year-old joshua shaver is in jail on more than $400,000 bond. deputies say when they arrested him, they found child pornography in his house.
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the images and deputies say that may indicate there could be additional victims. in volusia county, a mechanic is in the hospital after being run over on the job. yesterday morning, a woman drove to tire city in holly hill. we're told she somehow drove right into the shop and hit that worker, pinning him against the wall. he is expected to be okay though. no word yet on any charges. the 5 nurseries selected to grow and distribute the first medical marijuana in florida have all met their first deadline. the department of human officials put in their cultivation authorization request ahead of today's deadline. growers were selected in each region of the state. winter gardens, knox nursery was picked for central florida. each nursery has to start. dispensing low thc cannabis within 200 days after being authorization, vacant and nearly gutted by suspicious fires a
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has been spared from oblivion. "fox 35" ryan elijah talked about it with the "orlando sentinel". >> kevin spear with the "orlando sentinel" joining us to talk more about this. kevin, good to see you. >> guest: likewise, how are you. >> i'm doing good. let's talk where the home, specifically, is at. >> guest: you know, in the thorton park area by dexter's in that area, a little bit east of lake eola. are you familiar with that. >> yes, and i think that'll give people really familiar. a really cool story. a century old house it's in historic districts. tell us how it wound up nearly getting demolished but not quite. >> guest: you know, yeah, this thing is thought to be 99 years old and it goes back to a storied somewhat famous mayor back in early 1900s and over the years lots of families but more recently it had fallen into disrepair. i mean, it's just crumbling, melting into the ground and 2014, a couple of years ago there were a pair of suspicious
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that resulted in it being boarded up and it looks like the end of this historic home. now, the city does have rules that protect historic homes but it also has loopholes that if the place is such a mess, you can tear it down and start over. >> with all that said and with age and obviously history not on its side, what was it that saved this house? >> guest: you know, there's -- it's a cool story actually. you know, with old homes like this there might be a lot of drama to save the thing, you know, snatch it back from oblivion but in this case a guy who grew up not far away and now owns a heating and air conditioning company in the area was eating lunch at dexter's looked across the street and said, hmmm, that place might have some potential. he bought it. and he brought in contractors that he knows and he's working at it, no, no fuss, no muss, no drama. it's going to come back to life. >> i'm sure the people in the area love that as well. what about his plan for it.
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beyond restoring it that he's going to use it for? >> guest: so are you going to flip this thing and make a pile of money. and his response was, no way. he's investing way too much in it. the economics of flipping it are lost and part of that story is, i saw -- he decided to put in this foundation that is way above and beyond in cost and need, a foundation that's comprised of concrete walls underneath this thing. again, way more cost than he needed to do and that really does kind of take away the potential for flipping it. he says his goal, having grown up here -- he's 47, is to protect this historic home and be able to drive by and brag about it actually and say, we did that house. >> i think a lot of people would love that and i sense a lot of people look drive-by and look at it as well. you can, of course, look at this at the "orlando sentinel." kevin, i appreciate all the insight today. >> guest: absolutely. >> tom: 21 minutes before 9:00.
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died and come back to life saying they experienced heaven. after the break, we talk with an author who researched and talked with doctors about that. >> tom: here is -- well, a live look at our heads from live hello! hey don't forget you can follow us on twitter at "fox 35 news" and follow me personally at "fox 35 news" tom. we appreciate all that. stay with us, more the new caramel macchiato let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl
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orlando. near death experiences may may think. "good day" john brown talked with an author who investigated more than 1,000 cases and what he says he found may surprise you. >> an estimated 13 million americans have experienced what they call a near death experience and that's since 1992. and according to a new gallup, 774 of these happened each and every day. author john burke has a new book called "imagine heaven requested where he studied survivors brought back from near death and he joins us this morning on "good day orlando" to talk more about it. so we'll start with this question, john, what are some of the more incredible stories you've heard. do you believe all of these? >> guest: well, i wasn't sure and i've now, studied about 1,000 of them and i write in "imagine heaven" about skeptical doctors in the after life in chapter 2 how many cardiologists and oncologists who were skeptical but became convinced
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they don't feel dead. they actually feel like they become more alive than they've ever been before and many times they say they were still in the room watching what was going on. so they describe their resuscitation. and these have now been written up in the journal of medical association, the lancet europe's most prestigious journal. about 900 scarily articles. in the lancet they talk about the man who came into the e.r. he was unconscious and he had a massive heart attack and they took his denture, shocked him his heart started beating. he never came to in the e.r. and they moved him out into another room where he stayed for a week, a week later when he comes to, he's able to describe everything that happened in the e.r. including where they could find his lost dentures and which nurse had put of them in the lower drawer of the crash cart and there have been so many stories like that, that it's convinced many skeptical doctors
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afterlife. >> are there some common threads among what people describe -- we always hear about the bright lied at the end of the tunnel. some people said i saw this in heaven. is there one recurring theme that you've seen woven stories. >> guest: i actually talk about 12 commonalities and i'm showing how they tie to the bible's picture of heaven. like i said, people still have a body. they feel more alive than they've ever felt before and they -- they commonly recognize their deceased loved ones. they say we're in our prime. we still know each other, completely. many people experience beauty not unlike of earth like mountains and streams and flowers and trees but they experience it in -- in new dimensions of time and of space. they talk about the vibrant colors that are way beyond our color spectrum. many people talk as well about beak in the presence of this
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know to be god and this is true around the globe. and those who know jesus say he's jesus. um, -- many people don't know who he is but they know he's god and they -- he knows them personally. and they feel unconditional love. in fact, they feel like they're finally home. they never want to leave his presence but in his presence many of them commonly have a life review where they will literally relive their lives and again, time doesn't work in the same way. they talk about they don't know if it was an instant or an eternity, but they reexperience their whole lives in this panoramic three dimensional review where they actually experience how their actions affected the people around them. and what god makes clear to them is that love and the way they treat others is what matters the most. people come back changed by it. they really come back and reevaluate their priorities. >> once again the book is called "imagine heaven" do you have a
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about it. >> guest: yeah they can go to imagineheaven.net and read two free chapters and discover more. >> i appreciate your time. and best of luck with the new book. >> guest: thank you so much. >> tom: sounds like a fascinating book. 8:48 right about now. let's talk about the weather, brooks. >> meteorologist: good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. temperatures are in the 40s. wind chills are in the 30s. most of the light shower activity that was over flagler and volusia county is gone offshore and that's good news. all a part of this rankling nor'easter that formed in south florida moved up the coast and now it's offshore of north and south carolina. just a mess out there. thankfully, our weather will be -- we'll see clearing skies that's good news. we'll see the sun as we go through the day but it's going to stay chilly and windy all day today with gale warnings remaining offshore. reinforcing arctic air coming in this morning. also coming in monday, also
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folks, it looks like a very chilly week on tap. live view outside. this is our visit orlando towercam on top of the hyatt regency orlando. beautiful view but look at that. overcast skies, 47 degrees. west-northwest winds coming in at 16 miles an hour. that's in orlando. 17 in melbourne brevard county. 18 miles an hour winds in seminole county and the winds will actually stay up all day long. that's going to be a cold windy day. here are the temperatures out there the -- out the door this morning. let's factor in the wind. wind chills feels like 40 in melbourne. 36 in leesburg. it's a very chilly morning outside. through all of central florida. and we're tapping into some very cold air to the north and it's going to be that way all week long. there's the nor'easter departing. air coming in from the backside. there's the next reinforcing shot of very cold air coming into play. so get the winter clothes ready as we go through the week. 57 degrees. the high today.
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windy with wind chills in the 40s through much of the day. 66 degrees tomorrow and that's going to be the warmest day that we have until friday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday. high temperatures in the 50s to maybe 60 degrees and we'll see some patchy frost, several mornings this week. weather baby time, who do we have? we got sadie. beautiful little girl. you like sadie, huh, tom? >> tom: sadie is very cute. >> meteorologist: thank you so much. she's a beautiful little girl. sadie, your smile is doing its wonderers this morning. if you want your child on weather baby, all you have to do is log onto our website and follow the links. >> tom: it is 8:50 right now. it's super bowl sunday and former tampa bay bucks coach tony dungy is getting a major nod. >> reporter: bole weekend got the hall of fame announcements and the end of the year league awards on saturday night. former bucks head coach tony
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he brought the bucks a lot of sucks as head coach. brett favre and marvin harrison also in. strangely terrell evans does not get voted in this year. big night for panthers qb cam newton he wins offensive player of the year and the nfl most valuable player. newton now has a chance to win a ridiculous grand slam. heisman, national championship in college, nfl mvp and a super bowl tonight. the nba trade deadline is fast approaching and it's going to be decision time for the magic. perhaps the move could reinfigure rate this ailing team and get them back in the playoff picture. it seems something has got to change. magic have lost 15 of the last 17 games. orlando has won just two games this calendar year. there are internet reports that the magic are shopping channing fryer around as trade bait but according to nick, this team can get it back together by itself without outside help.
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kentucky, wildcats returning a 24-20 lead thanks in large part to the play of freshman jamal murray. he did it all. inside and out, game on his way game high 35 points and despite 24 out of smith, the gators get blown out. kentucky wins 80-61. gators fall to 6-4 in conference play. that's all for the "fox 35" sports done, i'm adam shadoff. >> tom: 8 minutes before 9:00. still to come, johnny manziel getting advice from an unusual source. we'll let you know what charlie sheen has to say to the controversial football player. beyonce surprising fans. what she did that has a lot of people talking ahead of her super bowl performance. but first, time to wake up and win. we are giving away a family 4 pack of tickets to see the harlem globetrotters at the amway center february 27th. just go to the "fox 35 news"
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>> tom: and good morning, i'm tom johnson. it is sunday, february 7th, thanks for being here with us. we're following several news stories from overnight. we start with breaking news and jackie orozco. >> reporter: good morning, tom. a deadly shooting at an orlando nightclub leaves two people dead and about 9 people injured. i have an update coming up. >> tom: plus a truck crashed right into a building overnight. and we'll let you know what cops think sparked this big mess, also -- republican candidates. >> and dr. ben carson leads them out on stage. dr. carson. >> tom: an interesting start to last night's debate on "fox 35 news" as the candidates trickled out a little awkwardly. once everybody made it on stage, flying. we'll check out the top moments coming up.
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the air as you're making your super bowl party plans today. you might want to include a >> meteorologist: we're just going inside because it's going to be a chilly day all day today. as a matter of fact, the week will be. shower activity. that was over flagler and volusia county and moved offshore as the nor'easter continues to head up the coast. live view outside again just showing this view from our sentinel camera because the citrus bowl, man, look at the flags atop. blowing. the cold and the wind going to be the big stories today. nor'easter way up towards the carolinas good sunday morning everybody. 46 downtown orlando. 47 in melbourne brevard county but you factor in the winds and it feels like 39 in brevard, 36 in alachua. we will see clearing skies as we go through the late morning to midday hours and that's good news. we'll see the sunshine but check out the winds and the temperatures. highs in the 50s with those winds 15 to 20 miles an hour and
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stay in the 40s most of the day, so stay warm. 7-day forecast is coming up, tom? >> tom: 9:02, almost 9:03. for the second day in a row, a mass shooting at a central florida nightclub. orlando police say two people are dead, 8 or 9 others are hurt. the shooting happened in orlando at a place called glitz ultra lounge. it's on universal boulevard near the intersection of carrier drive. "fox 35" jackie orozco has been there all morning long. she has the very latest. good morning again, jackie. >> reporter: good morning, tom. yeah, you kind of said it all, 8 to 9 people injured. now, officers saying that it's not all of them were shot. we know two people were killed inside here. the glitz ultra lounge nightclub here in orlando. we did see the public information officer she's inside. she's going to be briefing the media shortly. still a lot of unanswered questions here.
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shooting but we did see the medical examiner out of. we saw a victim -- she was telling us that her husband was among the killed here. she didn't want to give us too many details because she was still talking to investigators and also we saw a security guard out here talking to police as well. again, the public information officer is inside the nightclub being briefed by detectives. hopefully we'll be getting an update soon and we'll let you know what we find out from thatting live in orlando, jackie orozco, "fox 35 news." >> tom: and if all this sounds familiar it was just yesterday morning we were telling you about another mass shooting at a nightclub. this time in tampa. one dead, 7 hurt there. this morning we're getting a look inside the club as those shots were fired. s [screaming] >> tom: that video was rolling live on periscope inside tampa's club rain. moments after the shots, the video cut out.
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lancaster died. 7 other people who went to the hospital also shot. the club says they search everyone before they go in but cops say history proves that's not enough. >> i know that we've been out here before, we've had some issues out here before and it sounds like it was very crowded last night. i don't know what their capacity is but we'll be checking into that. >> tom: detectives are still looking for the shooter in that case right now. there are surveillance cameras at the club but police say they're not sure they were recording. we also found out overnight that a second person died in the aftermath of that shooting in florida mall's parking lot friday. police say 19-year-old samuel destin died last night. someone called 911 friday saying they saw a teenager who was shot in the j.c. penney parking lot there. when deputies arrived, they found a second person shot. 20-year-old andrew garland died at orlando regional medical center as well. detectives do not think the
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are still a lot of unanswered questions. >> we're trying to figure out what the relationship was between the two -- two victims. we're trying to figure out if this was self-contained or if there's somebody that we should be looking for. >> tom: the orange county sheriff's office says no one reported any shots fired at the mall. they are still not sure where it all started. and new this morning, a car crash sent a pickup careening into an orlando business. take a look at the new video. you can see that truck crashed right into the wall of the weld right company. it's on orange blossom trail. the side of the building is split open and cracked from the impact. orlando fire officials say two vehicles crashed into each other causing this mess but it's not clear right now who caused the wreck. we do know 1 person went to the hospital. and this morning we are working to learn more about a shooting involving an ocoee police officer. right now all the ocoee police department will tell us is that an officer responded to belville
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they were checking on a 911 call when the officer got there, they confronted someone and shots were fired. the florida department of law enforcement is investigating. orlando police are trying to find a man caught on camera pulling a gun and robbing a circle k. take a look, this is the store on conway road. it happened about 4:00 am saturday. the robber pointed his gun at the cashier. got some cash and took off. a similar robbery happened at a kangaroo express on colonial drive just a few minutes later. if you think you recognize that guy, call orlando police. and in lake county, clermont police still searching for whom shot and killed a man in a publix parking lot. police gave us this photo. this is the victim, andrew devon jones. he was just 21 years old. the shooting happened around 8:30 friday night in a parking lot of a publix on colonial drive at county road 455. a witness reported seeing a white car leave the area but right now it's not clear if that
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shooting but investigators dost jones had a white car that they are trying to find. almost 9:08 this morning. two former ucf students are suing the school. the suit comes in the wake of a data breach that exposed private info of more than 63,000 current and former students as well as employees. the "orlando sentinel" reporting the lawsuit was filed friday and seeks a class action status. it claims ucf failed to keep data safe and did not do enough to prevent the hack. they also claim the school knew about the breach in december and took their time informing the public but ucf officials deny that. the two people seek damages trial. at this hour a lot of eyes very nervously watching north korea after they launched warnings. the u.n. called an emergency meeting today and secretary of state john kerry is also
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the secretary says north korea's launch is a direct violation of u.n. security council resolutions. the u.n. says it's a cover for a test ballistic missile that could hit the u.s. mainland. this is the second time in a resolutions. the launch follows disputed claims that north korea tested a hydrogen bomb last month. 11:00 this morning and we will let you know what happens. taiwanese rescuers continuing their desperate search for survivors after yesterday's powerful earthquake. more than 100 people are still missing in southern taiwan. the quake hit early saturday and collapse. 24. in new york city, crews are working to remove that giant crane that fell down friday. they began cutting the wreckage into pieces yesterday. the plan is to have it all cleared away by monday. it could be weeks, though, before officials know what
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it killed 1 person and hurt several others. a team of u.s. and brazilian researchers are working this morning to stop the spread of zika virus. they're collaborating on a way to treat it and develop a vaccine. the centers for disease control also just put jamaica and tonga on the list of places to which pregnant women should avoid traveling. florida and puerto rico already declared emergencies because of the virus. excitement for tonight's super bowl continues building. take a look at some aerials of san francisco where a lot of super bowl festivities happened yesterday. now, the actual game is at levi stadium. that's in santa clarice. an advertising expert breaks down the themes of the super bowl ads why a lot of us watch and a chef shows you how to whip up some easy delicious treats for your big game party.
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the gigantic mount dora arguments festival wrapping up. yesterday's rain didn't really stop big crowds from showing up. more than a quarter million people expected throughout the weekend for the arts festival. the event is centered around donnelly park and it picks back up about 50 minutes from now at 10:00 am and it runs through 5:00 pm. just in time to get you back to your tv for the super bowl. still to come, the gop candidates coming off a fiery debate. we're checking out the very heated exchanges, next. >> tom: here's a live look outside at downtown orlando. you can see i-4 off to the left there. no problems that we can see in the shot, however, i can tell
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>> tom: we want to get you right
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conference happening in regards to that nightclub shooting overnight in orlando. the news conference going on right now with orlando police. let's get you right out there. >> they really do have a really active security presence in the club. >> what do we know about the shooter at this point? >> we know that there could have been as many as 3 shooters and that's all i know. >> are they checking people as they come into the club. do they pat them down -- >> i'm not exactly sure what process they went through with every person. >> did the officers in the -- >> 3 working extra duty so they were in full uniform, full opd uniform but in addition to those there are also people who are private security hired by the club. >> and were they -- >> no, the 3 opd officers who were working extra duty here were in addition to the club's own security. >> does opd -- >> any metal detectors. >> i don't know the answer to that. >> does opd have a description of those 3 --
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anything about -- about suspect description at this time. >> do we know how a gun got into the club or -- >> i don't know the answer to that. >> since they were [inaudible] >> i don't know the answer to that. >> are police actually looking for those suspects or -- >> this is an active investigation so they are looking at every possible thing that they need to look at right now. they're processing the crime scene which is a fairly extensive crime scene but they are in the middle of trying to figure out exactly what happened and trying to account for whatever suspects there may have victims. >> do you have any idea about how many shots were fired. >> you said -- >> one person i know for sure was injured getting out of the club, just injured by -- i don't know if that person fell down everyone was injured but the majority of the people who were taken to the hospitals have --
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but like i said, 1 person is in critical condition and the others, um -- those do not -- are not life-threatening injuries. >> do you know what the offduty officer inside -- is there any way to know if the shots were all fired simultaneously or if they were in different moments? >> that's something that they're going to figure out in the investigation. >> did an officer fire? >> i don't have that information. >> do we know -- >> i don't. it was quite full but i don't know what the capacity of the club is and i don't know how many patrons were inside at the club inside. >> did they have security cameras inside? >> they do. >> did it capture the shooting? >> i don't know about that. our homicide detectives are reviewing all of their security measures that they have in the club and so they'll be looking at any -- any video. they're taking eyewitness statements and they're doing all that right now. >> is there a history of shootings at this club there was one in october can you comment on that one at all. >> no. [inaudible] >> i don't know the answer to that either.
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doing everything they can, is this considered a problem club given the fact is that there's been -- >> tom: and you've been listening in on an update, a news conference update from orlando police about the nightclub shooting that happened on universal boulevard near orlando's tourist area overnight. the latest is they now say 12 total victims with two dead, victims in two different hospitals including one person who was still in critical condition. the other headline -- they also said that orlando police officers were inside the club working offduty in uniform when all this started and there were possibly 3 shooters. we are staying on top of this story very closely. we'll bring you any updates as we get them. right now, though, we need to tell you about the weather. a lot of people talking about it today. it is cool again, i guess you could say in central florida, brooks? >> meteorologist: yeah, winter making a return. not just for today but, folks, go ahead and get set for a chilly week. this is the storm, the
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now it's near the carolinas on the backside we will see clearing skies but we're tapping into arctic air. it's february and the kins -- winds are going to be west-northwest. gale winds today. not only will we had the reinforcing arctic air we'll see it again two more times this week as we stay in a cool regime through the work week. 46 degrees outside. west-northwest winds at 15 miles an hour. this is the view from our visit orlando towercam on the hyatt regency orlando. look at the wind speeds. they're going to stay up all day. sustained west-northwest at 23 in brevard county. 21 in seminole county. we're going to see windy conditions. we're going to see cool conditions. temperatures out the door in the 40s but look at the wind chills. 37 seminole county. 39 brevard county. 38 degrees at the world center of speed so it's going to be a cool sunday, very windy as well. stay bundled up and it's going to be a cool week. look at this. 57 today with wind chills in the
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66 -- that's going to be a mild day tomorrow. tuesday, wednesday highs in the 50s, even thursday highs in the low 60s. break out the winter gear all week long. all right. snap the sun, there we go. look at that. the contrails, oh, that is a beautiful shot. tom, it will playing tic tac toe there? >> tom: there's the first x. >> meteorologist: alyssa from boxesville thank you so much for snapping the sun. >> tom: all right, still to come, the gop candidates coming
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>> tom: you decide 2016. the gop candidates are coming off their last debate before the new hampshire primary tuesday. the candidates had a little trouble getting out on stage for the debate on abc news, though. >> ladies and gentlemen, the republican candidates [applause] >> and dr. ben carson is leading them out on the stage. dr. carson. [applause] >> tom: i wonder how many people were screaming right then. cue dr. carson! it appears they could not hear what order they were called in so donald trump and ben carson were a few seconds stepping up
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out the sparks started flying. fox news chief correspondent ed henry has more on the debate that aired last night on abc last night. >> reporter: unlike the last republican debate in iowa there was no drama over who would show up but rather who would bring it. >> eminent domain is an absolute necessity for a country, for our country. without it you wouldn't have roads, you wouldn't have hospitals. you wouldn't have anything. you wouldn't have schools. you wouldn't have bridges. you need eminent domain. >> the difference for public purpose as donald said roads and infrastructure, pipelines and all that, that's for public purpose. what donald trump did was use eminent domain was trying to take the property of an elderly woman on the strip in atlantic city. [applause] >> that is not public purpose. that is down right wrong. >> reporter: during a campaign season that's often resembled a reality tv show, the gop faceoff had its share of fireworks. >> i'm proud of my service in the united states senate and before that in the florida legislature. i will say if politics becomes
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electing the people who have been in the congress or in the senate we should rally around joe biden. he's passed hundreds of bills and i don't think any of us think joe biden should be the president of the united states. >> marco you shouldn't compare yourself to joe biden employ you shouldn't say what we're doing. you have not been involved in a consequential decision where you had to be held accountable. you just simply haven't. [applause] >> and the fact is -- the fact is when you talk about we'll sanctions act that you lift as one of your -- list as one of your accomplishments. you weren't even there to vote for it. that's truancy. >> on the definition of torture, is pain that is equivalent to losing -- losing organs and systems so under the definition of torture it is not. it is enhanced interrogation. it is vigorous interrogation but it does not meet the generally recognized definition of torture.
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republican debate before the new hampshire primary is finished with 2 days to go, it's back to some old-fashioned door knocking to get the vote out. in portsmouth, ed henry, fox news. >> tom: 9:25. still to come, two people are dead, several others hurt after shots rang out inside a local nightclub. we're live on the scene with the very latest on this investigation. orlando police just gave us is live update a few minutes ago. i i dodon'n't t knknowow w whahatt i'i'm m dodoining.g. i i cacan'n't t fifindnd a anynyththiningg jujustst w whehen n i i ththinink k itit's's j jusust t nonot t gogoining g toto w worork.k. ththisis w womomanan t thahat t woworkrks s ththereree cocomemes s ovoverer a andnd a askskss cacan n i i hehelplp y youou?? anand d hehe w wasas s so o hahappppy,y, t to o dodo i itt amamazazining g ririghght?t? i i nenevever r wowoululd d hahaveve exexpepectcteded wowoululd d hahaveve t thohougughtht ththatat a anynyonone e wowoululd d fifindnd t thahatt
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>> tom: and good morning, welcome back. i'm tom johnson. thanks for waking up with us. here's the top stories we're working on for you right now including some breaking news with jackie orozco. >> reporter: good morning, tom.
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deadly shooting at an orlando nightclub has gone up. i'll have the very latest coming up in a live report. >> tom: also medical marijuana making more progress in our state. we'll have the push to distribute it here in central florida. and if you were watching the super bowl for the commercials, well, you probably know this. you're not alone. we're checking out some of the top ads and themes that you can expect tonight during the big game. now, 30 -- 9:30. if you're getting out today you'll need a jacket, right, brooks. >> meteorologist: it's cold by central florida standards as we go through the day. temperatures will be about 15 to 20 degrees colder than normally. here's the arctic air coming in. here's a look from the "orlando sentinel" camera. flags are blowing in the breezes -- we're going to have winds today sustained anywhere from 15 to 20 miles an hour. gusting at times close to 30 miles an hour bringing in some very cold air. we will see clearing skies so that's good news. we'll have the sun come out as
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to midday hours. temperature-wise we're in the 40s from alachua county all the way through brevard county. gale warnings offshore but wind chills are in the 30s. it is down right chilly outside and it'll stay cold all day long, even when the sun comes out, we'll just continue to have those west-northwest winds coming in at a fair clip. temperatures rise in the 50s as the sun comes out this afternoon. full 7-day forecast is coming up. tom? >> tom: 9:31. we are working breaking news this morning. for the second day in a row, a mass shooting at a central florida nightclub. the shooting happened in orlando at a place called glitz ultra lounge. it's on universal boulevard near drive. "fox 35" jackie orozco is there. >> reporter: standby. good morning, tom, orlando police are calling this an extensive and complicated investigation. they said now there's a total of
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shot inside inside the glitz ultra club lounge. it was around 1:00 this morning, again the details of what sparked that shooting is unclear. and orlando police are saying that they have very good security here at the nightclub. they had actually 3 extra offduty officers in full orlando police uniforms. they do patdowns and things like that. so she wouldn't give us the public information officer details. if they do really good patdowns and security, how did that one gunman or several gunmen -- they didn't want to give us details how many suspects they are looking for. and it seemed like they were focused on the right side of the nightclub, and that's when the shooting happened. and again, she was saying most of these victims were innocent bystanders. 1 person died here at the club from gunshot wounds. the other person died at ormc and 8 right now are being treated at ormc. one is in critical condition.
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names and she did say there is surveillance video inside that caught everything that happened. begun, they said they have lots of security officers here, private and opd so it was a lot of going on here and we did ask her if there has been extra incidents here, um, here at the club. that's why they had the extra security measuress and she would not release information we're staying on top -- 12 total victims and two of them were killed here by that shooting. for now reporting live here in orlando, jackie orozco, "fox 35 news". >> now, it was just yesterday morning where he told you about another mass shooting at a central florida nightclub. this one in tampa. one dead, 7 hurt there.
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brilliantney harper waking up in jail this morning. she's being held on $1.6 million bond in the he is cam beia county jail up in the panhandle. she was taken there after being released from the hospital. her boyfriend blake fitsed gerald died in a shootout early friday morning. during the standoff, the officers say fitzgerald tried to use harper as a humid shield. she was taken to the hospital for a leg injury. the couple were accused of crimes in missouri, alabama, georgia and florida. in brevard county, deputies arrested a man they say they believed was producing child pornography.
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jail on more than $400,000 bond. deputies say when they arrested him they found child pornography in his house. shaver is expected of producing the images and deputies say they indicate there may be additional victims. in volusia county, a mechanic is in the hospital after being run over on the job. yesterday morning, a woman drove to tire city in holly hill. we're told she somehow drove right into the shop and hit a worker, pinning him against the wall. he is okay. he's expected to be okay, rather. no word yet on any charges. the 5 nurseries selected to grow and distribute the first medical marijuana in florida have all met their first deadline. the department of health says they all put in their cultivation authorization request ahead of today's deadline. growers were selected in each region of the state. winter gardens knox nursery was picked for central florida. each nursery has to start dispensing low thc cannabis
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being granted authorization. 9:35 now. super bowl 50 is sure to be exciting but for a lot of people it's not the game they're watching but the commercials. "fox 35" amy kaufeldt talked with a local expert about the themes you can expect tonight. >> joining us to talk more about some of those commercials is beth leblanc, she is chief creative officer from mlb creative. great to see you. thanks for coming in. >> guest: thank you. >> a lot of people were upset bought customers were kind of sad at least a few of them. there were a few of them being this is kind of did thatting. i don't want to be depressed. what we seeing this year instead? >> guest: well, to say it in football terms it's going to be conservative play calling this year. >> really. >> guest: ads are going to be positive, lighthearted, uplifting, um, more -- more fun than last year. >> yeah, we like that, we like that. beth has chosen a couple that she really liked or one she thought was interesting. we'll show that in a second but we're going to for now that some
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one is a colgate commercial. let's take a look at it. [running water] s [running water] >> wow! i love that. because how many of us do that and we don't think twice about it. >> guest: exactly. this is interesting because colgate is not promoting a product. they're using it -- they're essentially using $45 million spot to do a psa. >> but don't you look favorably upon colgate for trying to help the environment, help people in need. >> guest: absolutely, absolutely. >> it leaves you with that good feeling. i should use colgate look how nice they're being and trying to
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this isn't a new ad for them they ran it in 2014 in brazil and columbia and it got great response. during the super bowl. >> guest: exactly. >> next one maybe an kind of out of world ad let's take a look at this one. >> guest: in this white and gold dress that caused the civil war this is scott baio but most amazing of all are the avocados in mexico so they're always in mexico so you can enjoy them all year. anyone want to see scott baio it's included in the price of admission. no? [laughter] >> that's interesting. get your attention, right? >> guest: yes, this ad talks to people on many levels. what we didn't see -- it talks about emojis and how that was our language at the time. >> yeah. >> guest: it talks about the internet dress that went viral for so long and then scott baio.
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he taught a whole generation of young women. >> scott baio makes an appearance in the super bowl, i love it. and last but not least, this one is one that you're kind of going huh, about, right? >> guest: yeah. >> okay, let's watch this. each morning i get up and i die a little can't stand on my feet mirror and cry in the air i spent all my years in believing you i just can't have no relief i spent all my years. believing you, but i just can't get no relief lord, somebody >> i love it. [laughter] >> okay, but who is this ad for. i'm not sure i got it in all of that. >> guest: exactly. >> that's the problem. >> guest: that's the problem. at mlb creative we usually like
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>> right. >> guest: and this kind of misses the mark in that -- everyone loves, you know, the singing sheeps who doesn't. >> sheeps. >> guest: you walk away who is this for? >> because it feels like -- i think we're so accustomed to the chevy and the ford ads and kind of being out on the farm and that kind of thing but that actually was for honda. the honda ridge line. wow, interesting maybe the fact -- maybe they're hoping if everybody is talking about it. >> guest: perhaps. >> the buzz -- that doesn't always work. >> guest: not all the time. there's nothing outrageous about the ad. there have been plenty of animals in super bowls before. [laughter] >> but it is interesting -- what is that phenomenon we watch a commercial and you love the commercial but can't remember what it's for? >> guest: well, that's unfortunate because the whole goal of super bowl advertising is brand awareness. >> right. >> guest: and so if your ad is not who you are, then at the end of the day, you missed your mark. >> and you spent a lot of money. >> guest: a lot of money. >> a lot of money. really fascinating. all right.
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super bowl. that would be fun to watch with beth. beth with mlb creative thanks so much. >> guest: thank you. >> that was fascinating. >> tom: can't wait to see those commercials. still to come, money deal breakers. what you're doing that people say makes you undatable and what you can do to fix it. but first, it's time to wake up and win with "fox 35." we're giving away fan seats and a vip experience to the daytona 500 along with tickets to speed week races at the daytona international speedway. you can enter once a day starting until february 14th.
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breaker is for couples? more than 5,000 adults polleds recently by -- polleded recently by go banking rates.com. it asks people to specify what their biggest financial deal breakers are in a relationship. participants able to pick from this list. it includes doesn't make enough money, overspending, poor credit score and being secretive about finances. the number 1 pick, overspending. joe bert here to talk more about this. and joe, over the years we've talked about this many times. >> >> guest: yep, yep. >> tom: financial issues the number 1 problem in relationships. >> guest: exactly. >> tom: so how can people tell they have a problem with numero uno with spending. >> guest: if you can't pay your bills there's a problem there. and secondly, once you get -- you're able to pay your bills are you able to save for your financial goals, whether it's buying the house, putting the kids through college or ultimately retirement. if you can't meet those goals
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are overspending in certain areas. >> tom: so if you are an overspender. >> guest: right. >> tom: how do you talk with your significant other about it because get -- it's a very sensitive thing. people get upset when they're spending -- their spending is challenged. >> guest: it's accusatory. you're doing something wrong. in a recent survey i saw, many people would like to talk about the problems in their sex life than financial. financial is very tough. you need to change your behavior and it's wrong and people don't want to address it because it's a way of life. >> tom: what do you do? >> guest: figure out why we have a problem. is it because you are maybe ignorant or naive about what money is all about? or, in fact, you really have a more deep-seated problem are you neglecting what your spouse or significant other might be feeling and want to do. if you're having problems and it's at that level then you need to really seek professional counseling. >> tom: you've been dealing with these kind of things for a long
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[inaudible] >> >> tom: for a long time. did the results of this survey surprise you at all? >> guest: no, none whatsoever. this is what we see in relationships. with clients one of the first things we ask them to do is to put together all of their spending. and one of the most common things i hear, tom, i can't believe we're spending this much >> tom: yeah. >> guest: and where it's going. where the money goes. we all know what the basic bills are for the mortgage and the rent and the insurance, it's the discretionary spending. the stuff that kind of leaks out when you go to the mall and your spouse brings home that extra stuff, those extra stuff or your hubby -- >> tom: your hubby at the coffee of coffee. >> guest: your hubby brings home the new golf clubs it adds up over time. it -- like you said, it's what causes most relationships to break up. >> tom: and it's one that a lot of people have questions about so with that in mind where can people find you. >> guest: google me two words, joe bert. >> tom: thanks, joe. >> guest: thanks tom.
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46 degrees out. brooks. >> meteorologist: yeah, but the good news is it's going to be a cold windy day but the sun is going to be coming out satellite perspective showing the clearing line now coming into the west coast of florida, so we'll see the sun as we go through the late morning to midday hours, come out in full force. that nor'easter that formed off of florida yesterday now up towards the carolinas. folks, it's going to be a very chilly, no pun intended windy sunday on tap for super bowl sunday. so you might need some warm refreshments. chef rodney is in the house just wait 5 minutes to see what he's cooking up. gale warnings offshore of flagler, volusia and brevard counties today those gusty winds and we'll see more reinforcing arctic air as we go through the work and school week. 46 degrees outside. so it's cold but look at the winds. flagler and the citrus bowl is blowing in those winds coming in at west at 16 in orlando. northwest-west in melbourne. 21 in seminole county so you
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be with us all day long and you take the temperatures that are in the 40s for the most part and we have wind chills predominantly in the 30s. 38 daytona beach. 39 in melbourne. 39 in ocala. feels like 40 right now in downtown orlando. here's the nor'easter. we're tapping into some very north. arctic air is back towards missouri and oklahoma. that will make it here late tomorrow evening. and again, we're just going to continue to see clearing skies but very cold conditions today. here's the forecast. a slight chance for rain late tomorrow night into tuesday with that next shot of cold air but look at this. snow. georgia, alabama, mississippi -- so you can tell it's going to be a very chilly week in the deep south and that includes us here in central florida. maybe by next weekend. we warm up. here's the forecast. today, we will see the clearing skies. but it's going to stay cold and windy.
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gusting at times closing -- overnight tonight clear and cold, patchy frost likely in some of the cooler spots. low temperature in the i-4 corridor, 40 degrees, 66 balmy tomorrow that's still below normal but that's the warmest day over the next 5 or 6. temperatures drop back down tuesday and wednesday into the 50s and we warm up just a little bit next weekend. tom? >> tom: all right, thanks, brooks. it is 9:50 now. super bowl sunday is finally here and we are helping you get ready for the big game. chef rodney is in the house with some delicious, easy last-minute ideas to impress your guests at
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>> tom: 9:53. super bowl sunday, a big day, not only for the game but, of course, for the parties.
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>> guest: it sounds better. >> i guess. >> guest: you don't want chicken nuggets. >> all right, you got the -- [talking simultaneously] >> guest: yep, and then we got some variety of sauces here so that way your guests can pick how they want their wings. >> all about the variety. >> guest: and i recommend the blackberry dijon. >>ium! >> guest: and then of course you want drinks, um, so you know me. >> for the super bowl party? >> guest: and you know me, i have to go, you know, family-friendly. >> right. >> guest: but these drinks you can make -- >> why did you do air quotes. [laughter] >> family-friendly. >> guest: so just start with a lemonade -- lemonade base and you can doctor them up, however, you want. i have the lemonade iced tea we have orange lemonade. blackberries and then my favorite is strawberry lemonade. you get some sliced strawberries in syrup and add it in and you have some fresh pieces of strawberry. >> i bet that drives people crazy. >> guest: yes, you can doctor it up for the adults. >> this is great stuff and we appreciate you coming in.
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>> let's bring brooks in>> meteorologist: bacon jalapenos you had me. [talking simultaneously] >> all great comfort shoe. >> meteorologist: dip it in chili. >> i'm going to a super bowl party that's basically outdoors with a huge screen outdoors, i'll need a coat? >> meteorologist: it will be a chilly, wind chills right now in the 30s to low 40s. we are seeing clearing skies so that's good news. take a look at the visible satellite we'll see the sun come out but it will be a very cold day across central florida. >> all right, so bundle up, get out there and enjoy your sunday. we appreciate you starting it with us here on
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